Best app ever! This app seems to work just like the linux mount command. It does in fact move the files to the sd card and mounts the folder in the sd card to the internal memory. So yes it appears that the data exists in both places but it doesn't. To test unmount your sd card and your internal destination will be empty. This app can be used to free up space. The next step would be to mount remote locations (ie over wifi or vpn).
MadCatz Mojo Can anyone confirm if this works on madcatz mojo? I have tried other apps like apps2sd but nothing works without breaking my games, i also lost a 128GB micro SD trying to move large games, got no memory left and i don't see a solution 😭😭😭.
Faulty module problem When open the app for the first time its showing this message "FolderMount jas detected a faulty module(/sdcard/bin/sdcard)in your samsung galaxy phone. FolderMonunt will not work properly with it would you like me to attempt to repaire that fault.........." I don't know what to do...help please...
There seems to be no simple way getting this to work on an S7 G930F. Any attemp to fix the SD module results in a DM verity error with NAND inaccessible. Two hard resets with a bit of data loss have led me give up on the app. Requesting Madmack to personally look in to this once awesome app.
Works like a charm. FYI, the mounted folders still gets counted to used space when pinned. So if you need it not to be counted like when downloading another big file, unpin it first. Be sure to toggle the switch also after files are moved.
Can't make use of phone storage anymore After granting permission to SD card I cant make use of my phone storage any longer. My camera settings stopped working. I am finished! HELP
+ Broader Samsung M compatibility
+Android M compatibility: Moto and Samsung devices and AOSP roms are supported now
+ Cosmetic changes to copy notification and root dialog
+ Android M permission model
+ SAF framework to write to external sdcard in Android M
+ Samsung patch is in beta. It is possible to lose all your data if your ROM encrypts the /data partition (default in S7). After factory reset, everything works normally.